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Domestic Energy Assessors and Energy Performance

Domestic Energy Assessors, Opportunity or Declining Breed?

Domestic Energy Assessors and Energy Performance Certificates – an opportunity or a declining breed? First featured in the September issue of Insulate Magazine, Neil Marshall, Chief Executive of the National Insulation Association (NIA) explains the current situation and future opportunities: “Several years ago the Government encouraged companies to invest in training and accreditation to become Domestic Energy Assessors (DEAs) in order to support its new flagship energy efficiency programme the Green Deal and the Energy Company Obligation. “Unfortunately the Green Deal failed to take off and in April 2017 Government made the decision to replace Energy Performance Certificates (EPCs) with a new deemed scores methodology

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